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Despite an industrial appearance and smog hazed skyline, New Brunswick’s Saint John reveals endless appeal once you peer through its rugged façade. Set on the dramatic Bay of Fundy, the city’s epicenter is its historic Uptown, graced with 19th century architectural gems and home to an array of top restaurants, museums, shopping opportunities, and culture haunts. Natural splendor exists just moments from the urbanity too. Along with natural parks and roaring rapids; enchanting waterfalls, breathtaking coastal scenery and giant red boulders exist a drive away at Fundy National Park.

Things to see

Situated in Uptown, City Market provides a shopping experience that dates back to the late 1700’s. Set within a grand period building, the bustling indoor market is where locals come to sell their wares, from local produce and ready to eat fare, to handy crafts and international goods. A few minutes from the Uptown buzz Irving Nature Park boasts 600-acres of verdant scenery, with natural habitats including a saltwater marsh, a lush forest, and an unspoiled beach. The landscape lends itself to picnics and walks, as well as bird watching and whale spotting off-shore. As the Saint John River makes its way through a gorge towards the Bay of Fundy, it forms what’s known as The Reversing Falls. Churning rapids and whirlpools flow with and against the tides, making it a popular spot for whitewater kayaking and tourist cruises. With endless artefacts and interactive features, the New Brunswick Museum provides an eclectic glimpse into the region’s past, with exhibits on everything from mastodons to shipbuilding.

Hotels in Saint John

There’s a real mix of hotels in Saint John to suit every visitor and their budget. Choose from city center digs in amongst the action, historic and characterful B&Bs, luxury laden inns, or sprawling waterside establishments with sensational harbor views. The larger, more modern hotels provide plenty of amenities to keep guests in comfort. Among them you can expect fitness centers, onsite restaurants, and swanky lounge bars. Rooms don’t spare any of the mod-cons, with cable television, high speed internet access, and tea/coffee makers as standard. For sightseeing fuel, many of the hotels in Saint John provide complimentary breakfasts to boot.

Where to stay

A hotel in Saint John’s waterfront downtown – known locally as Uptown - is a no brainer if you want to explore the best the city has to offer. Characterized with its 19th century red brick and sandstone architecture, the district offers a mix of boutiques, glossy shopping malls, and endless restaurants, bistros, and bars. Among the choice you can dine on ethnic fare in a chic urban setting, or enjoy some local seafood specialties by the waterfront. Uptown is especially pedestrian friendly. Along with its easy to navigate grid layout, the city’s sprawling indoor pedway system makes getting about a breeze.

How to get to Saint John

The city’s nearest gateway for those flying in is Saint John Airport, situated just 9 miles northeast of Uptown. It serves a handful of major Canadian hubs, including Montreal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International, Toronto Pearson International, and Halifax Stanfield International. Once you land at the airport you can get into the city quickly and conveniently by taxi or the public bus service. Saint John is also reachable across the water from Digby in Nova Scotia. Ferries typically leave 3 times a day, and take 2.5 hours to cross. Those driving in can access the city via Highways 7 and 1, from the Trans-Canada Highway.

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